Opening to the public on Thursday 18 December, Taking it all away: MCA Collection
presents works that speculate upon the continued importance of Minimalism and conceptual art, the processes of erasure and abstraction, and the social impact of art.
The MCA & Make-A-Wish® Australia are pleased to present the first exhibition of works
by young artist Andrea Alzaned.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) is thrilled to announce that this year’s recipient of the Primavera Veolia Acquisitive Prize is Justine Varga, who participated in the MCA’s Primavera 2012 exhibition.
Vibrant paintings by 29 Aboriginal artists from remote Western Australia pulsate with kaleidoscopic colour and present a unique cartographic perspective that reveals the artists’ intimate knowledge of Country.
Young Australian Artists Create Visual Dialogue on the Diverse Contemporary Australian
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The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) exhibition Chuck Close: Prints, Process and Collaboration is an exclusive for the Sydney International Art Series and is the largest exhibition of Close’s work ever presented in the Southern Hemisphere, featuring over 200 works.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia is delighted to present Annette Messager’s first retrospective exhibition in Australia.
Japanese artist Tabaimo’s ambitious video installations will immerse visitors this winter within constantly moving, changing environments that combine visual imagery and sound.
Today the Museum of Contemporary Art celebrated the third artist commission for the Jackson Bella Room with the artist collective Brown Council.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) has partnered with Performance Space to present Sonic Social, a performance program featuring six different works staged throughout the museum during a three week period.
Lucky thirteen artists revealed for the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia’s (MCA) 23rd edition of Primavera.
Today the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) celebrates its 2millionth visitor walk through the doors since the newly developed and expanded MCA Australia opened its doors to the public on 29 March 2012.
In the most ambitious ever temporary public art project in Western Sydney, Sleepers Awake will float up to 80 metres off the ground, illuminating over 25 hectares of Bungarribee over 9 nights in May.
Announcing two editions of MCA ARTBAR driven by Audi in May.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) presents Remain in Light: Photography from the MCA Collections, a touring exhibition that traces the development of contemporary photographic practice over the last 50 years.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) is to present a series of artistic projects from renowned and first-time local and international contemporary visual artists for the 19th Biennale of Sydney: You Imagine What You Desire, from 21 March – 9 June 2014.
Chicks on Speed will curate the next MCA ARTBAR driven by Audi titled JAM-arrama held on Friday 28 February.
A large scale project to retrieve dumped cars from the Upper Georges River in Airds,
Western Sydney and transform them into an artwork is being jointly led by the Museum of
Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) and Campbelltown City Council in a C3West partnership.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) and the Western Sydney Parklands Trust are seeking performers for their latest collaborative art project, Sleepers Awake.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) announces Justin Shoulder and The Glitter Militia to curate the next MCA ARTBAR driven by Audi held on Friday 31 January.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia is to host the Australian launch season of award-winning documentary maker John Pilger’s new film, Utopia, which traces the political and social history of Australia’s indigenous communities.